In the weeks leading up to my purchase of my first projector, I started noticing that I've been a lot more critical of the quality of the projected image in movie theaters. Is it just me or do we, as movie and HT buffs, seem more forgiving of the images we see in movie theaters? I'm talking about scratches, dirt, hair and other debris that we so often see at the movies, along with the natural grain found in celluloid. The thing is, when we get a DVD transfer with any kinds of these flaws, we automatically notice them to the point of distraction. Lately, I've also started paying attention to the actual screen that's being projected on. For example, when I saw AOTC recently, it bugged me to no end that I could see vertical seams in the screen. I don't recall being this picky before, and certainly not about the condition of the screen material itself. Anyone else feel this way or am I just a nut in the corner?